Skip to comments.Marriage counslers, (vanity)
Posted on 08/30/2012 6:16:12 PM PDT by MrPiper
If you think a marriage counseler can help your marriage, you believe in Santa Claus ! They are as full of stuffing as a christmas turkey!
Guys, you are a fool to ever marry!!!!
Hef? Is that you?
Does somebody need a hug?
Is your side job making airplane banners for the DNC?
Tell us how you really feel ,,,lol
Better than marrying anything else...
A woman can be a royal pain in the rear, but the benefits far out weight the negatives my FRiend.
Besides, only a man who wants to be alone and miserable in his old age would not want to have a wife.
Warning! Rough Language! Keep the kids OUT OF THE ROOM.
Are you saying to marry a man instead??
As for counselors, it’s always best to check out their status on the state licensing website for any disciplinary action against their license. Then proceed cautiously.
Personally, I’d only enter a counseling relationship with somebody that I am certain is a strong Christian.
I have a suspicion that this won’t be a very good thread to pick up chicks.
Wife’s only cause pain and heart ache.....
What brought this on?
Lord knows, MrPiper, I shall never marry a man. MrsSgtBob would be oh so pi$$ed. I might even wake up dead. That being said, I wouldn’t pay a court-ordered dime to a counselor to tell me that the psycho wench isn’t a psycho wench.
No, Pipie is saying marry a men!
They can only help if you and your wife are willing to do whatever it takes to make your marriage work. If you don’t really want to stay together, no counselor will help you. Don’t blame the counselor, blame yourselves.
I'm alone and happy. Alone can be good.
I don't need to buy a 4th house for some woman that winds up hating me. ;)
You are right about one thing STF away from Marriage Counselors.
The one my son had told him to let his wife have some time alone. He gave it to her , she used it to screw half the neighborhood.
Another thing if you have kids save the dough you would pay a lawyer to pay the child support.Just throw your hands up and ask how much she wants. Whore or not she is going to win.
So, are you implying the gentlemen here should marry boys like you?
Is English your first language?
And bad grammar on top of that, evidently!
I've been through the marriage thing 3 times, and I'm better suited to single, celibate, and sane.
people are stupid to get married, guys always lose .....Just a warning to those guys still free.....
Actually, many of the modern, enlightened (liberal) counselors will suggest to the woman to leave and let the man pay. It's a common thing these days.
What's wrong with being alone and being totally happy? I'm a 65 year old woman. I've been divorced since '78. Raised my two sons by myself. I accomplished more things in my life after I got rid of my cheating husband, than I'd ever have done if he was still around. I've been retired for almost 10 years, and love my privacy and solitude. I do what I want, when I want, and don't have to listen to anybody's whining. I've always said I'd rather live alone and be happy, than live with someone and be totally miserable.
As I told my Lawyer, once is enough it is cheaper to buy it.
I had my lawyer on speed dial for many, many years until I figured it out and quit getting married.
I still miss the women I should have married.
And there aint no counselor in the world gonna tell you that.
Go to your pastor/preacher and seek guidance there.
“Besides, only a man who wants to be alone and miserable in his old age would not want to have a wife.”
Spoken from the perspective of not being comfortable living by yourself?
A few tears on the stand (acting at its finest) and a sypathetic judge and a guy has no chance at all. Since then male neighbors, friends and contractors have related the same experience with slightly different circumstances and the same outcome. It's a racket and definitely geared against fathers. I believe she'll have God as the ultimate judge for what she's done to her family.
You have to be a man to marry a women (sic). You have to be a man for her to respect you. America doesn’t respect men anymore, ergo, women don’t respect men. I feel your pain but don’t feel a spine. Don’t let the commies destroy you, fight back. Spine-up brother.
I’m sorry about your situation. When I was a young pup, marriages seemed to last. My parents were married 46 years till Dad passed away. They had their ups and downs. Dad was drunk the first few years, but then he straightened out. And Mom was obsessed with cleanliness which drove Dad crazy. But they always worked things out. They took their vows seriously. And when it came to parenting, they were a united front.
Today, marriage is as disposable as razor blades. No one works together to solve problems. Faithfulness is considered optional. Children are used as weapons. I think a lot has to do with the absence of God. He has been forgotten in nearly every aspect of our lives, including marriage.
Women are to blame for sure, but then again, so are men. We have all lost our way. The question is, will we find our way back?
I’m still on with my first wife and hope it will always be so, but I’ve learned from the experiences of friends that the most dangerous thing you can bring into a divorce court is a penis.
Here is something very crass, adults only, from England expressing the sentiment, somewhat.
“Women don’t like sex, they make you think they like it to keep the paychecks coming....”
I think you might want to be discreet. TMI on something that is by no means a universal truth.
Concur. Paid through the nose to get rid of my first husband. (He dumped me, tried to get me, the kids, and the dog tossed out on the street—I ended up borrowing $15K to complete the divorce he decided that he didn’t want after all.) Now happily married for 22 years, but would not take the risk again for anything in the world if, God forbid, something happens to my precious soulmate.
Whiskey Tango Halifax do men think they are the only ones who suffer financially post divorce?
Back in the early 90's, there was a time when I thought, if I didn't have anyone in my life by the time I was 50, I didn't want to live. Yeah, pathetic, I know. I look back at that now and wonder, what the hell was I thinking? It took a while after my divorce, but I finally realized that I didn't need anyone to make me feel good, or make me happy. I was the only one who could do that. And that's the way I've lived my life since then. I like my life as it is...uncomplicated. No headaches and no heartaches.
I hope you can find some peace for yourself. Good luck.